Norah Weinstein is an attorney and the co‐president of Baby2Baby, a non-profit organization that provides children living in poverty, ages 0-12, with diapers, clothing and all the basic necessities that every child deserves. Since assuming the leadership role at Baby2Baby in 2011, Norah, along with her partner Kelly Sawyer Patricof, has transformed Baby2Baby from a grassroots organization into a nationally recognized non-profit that serves hundreds of thousands of children each year. Under their leadership, Baby2Baby has distributed over 100 million items to children in homeless shelters, domestic violence programs, foster care, hospitals and underserved schools as well as children who have lost everything in the wake of disaster.
Through their efforts, they have also grown the organization into a national thought leader in the non-profit space. In 2016, they were named a partner of the Obama White House for President Obama’s historic diaper gap initiative and in 2015, Baby2Baby announced its national expansion through the creation of the Baby2Baby National Network, broadening the organization’s reach to over 40 additional cities throughout the United States.
Norah has testified in Sacramento on several bills to alleviate the cost of diapers for low-income families, and in 2019, Baby2Baby successfully advocated to remove sales tax from diapers in California. Additionally, in 2019, Baby2Baby was selected by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as the sole US organization to donate to in honor of their first child. Norah previously practiced law at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom.
She graduated from U.C. Berkeley and the USC School of Law with its highest honors. Prior to law school, Norah worked for the Clinton Administration in the Oval Office of the White House. Norah has also been featured on InStyle's annual Badass List, Oprah Magazine's "Visionaries" special issues, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal Magazine, NPR, Forbes, Vogue and more.
Norah and her husband Brian reside reside in Los Angeles, California with their two children, Sloane and Graham.